Top Rated Kiwi Recipes

Kiwi, Lime, and Avocado Cheesecake
This rich dessert is topped with brightly colored kiwi slices. We suggest combining both the familiar green kiwi with the bright yellow SunGold kiwi for a beautiful contrast. Here's a tip to tackle these often-tricky fruit: The best way to eat a kiwi is to cut in half with a and scoop out with a spoon. 
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apple kiwi spinach
Photo and recipe courtesy of HUROM.
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Sparkling Ice
Fruity flavors, strawberries, and rum combine for a frothy, satisfying cocktail that will help you beat the heat.This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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Kiwi Strawberry Lemon Shake Up
In my house, we encourage our son Lorenzo to get involved in the cooking process. When there’s a deeper connection to the dish, kids are more willing – and usually excited – to experience new flavors. We love cooking after-school snacks together. Usually they’re quick and easy, but it’s a special bonding time for us after a busy day.
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kim crawford kiwi martini
Skip the fruit salad and go straight for Kim Crawford's Kiwi Martini. The drink combines fresh kiwis and other fresh juices to make you feel like you’re in the tropics no matter the season. This recipe is provided by Kim Crawford Wines.
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kiwi jalapeno juice
Using Evolution Fresh Organic Sweet Burn as a base offers a hefty dose of Vitamin C. This Kiwi Jalapeño juice recipe also has a spicy kick thanks to jalapeño and cayenne.
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Kiwis and strawberries are both packed with Vitamin C, a water-soluble vitamin that as an anti-oxidant, protects the body against free radical damage, helps make collagen, and maintains immunity (strawberries and kiwis have more Vitamin C than oranges!). Kiwis are also packed with potassium, phosphorous, magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc. Read More About Nutrients in Your Favorite Drinks and What They Do For You.  
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tart
Just three easy steps, and you'll be ready to serve a tantalizing tart, thanks to refrigerated pie crust.
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Kiwi, Watermelon, Peach Ice Pops
Recipe Courtesy of Natalie J. ClaireThese ice pops are just as delicious as they are beautiful, and with only 3 ingredients, this is a simple dessert that you can make the day before. Watermelon and peach represent the best flavors summer has to offer, and the addition of kiwi elevates transports this light dessert to the tropics. Pop one out of your freezer, sit down on your couch, and pretend you're at the beach.  Natalie Claire is a photographer and writer. Follower her at instagram @natty.jpeg, and check out more of her recipes and photography at nataliejclaire.com 
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Assemble a dreamy dessert from convenient products like purchased angel food cake, frozen strawberries and yogurt. Find more great recipes at Yoplait.com
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The only thing that's worse than tomatoes not being in season is when you use out-of-season tomatoes in your salsa. This recipe solves that problem, providing you with a flavorful, spicy salsa with a hint of sweetness from kiwis. 
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Sparkling Ice.
If you’re looking for a unique, fruity, and non-alcoholic drink to serve your guests this spring, this delicious, refreshing, and brightly colored mocktail is picture perfect.This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.
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